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Treasure Seekers Performing Arts volunteer

Here at Treasure Seekers we believe that every single person has something to give to the community. We also believe that when someone is in a nurturing community they can grow and develop to become the best version of themselves. All of our volunteering opportunities are fully supported to help you be part of something bigger, grow and develop your skills and grow in confidence.  Treasure Seekers Performing Arts (TSPA) group is made up of a variety of different workshops including dance, drama, singing, photography, arts and crafts, theatrical puppetry and percussion! We are always adding new sessions in each term. The workshops take place at the Kingsfisher Church, Moor Street, Tredworth. They vary from term to term and at the end of each term we have an end of term show at the County Police Headquarters.  

To allow all our users to access the performing arts workshops we need a friendly volunteer team to help the sessions leaders. You don’t need to be a flawless singer or belly dancer to help with our workshops – an enthusiasm to help our users engage with the arts on offer and robust communication skills are all that is needed and our session leaders will do all the tricky technical stuff. 

We positively welcome all people in our community as volunteers at Treasure Seekers. If you would like an informal chat about this volunteering opportunity please email 


What's involved?

As a volunteer you will be working with experienced members of staff to help support those with learning difficulties that use our services. You may be involved with supporting particular individuals or working more generally with a group engage with the performing art on offer, work out their performance in the rehearsal and development time and ultimately perform it at the end of term show.

Why get involved?

Volunteering as part of the Performing Arts team will allow you to develop, practice and strengthen communication, interaction and motivational skills working with adults living with learning difficulties. It is a very sociable role and you will be fully supported throughout your volunteering. Your work will have real meaningful impact on the lives of the people that use our services both long term and immediately.   This would be a great role for anyone considering going into the performing arts, arts therapy, social care, SEN teaching or general work with adults that need extra support in their community. It’s also a fantastic role if you enjoy working with a diverse group of people and enjoy seeing how you can make a difference to someone’s quality of life.  You also get front row seats or back stage passes to see the performances at the end of every term. And you are bound to pick up a bit of belly dancing, puppetry, contemporary dance, drama and musical skills along the way!

How to get involved?

1. Sign into your account or sign up to Volunteer Makers.

2. Accept the challenge

3. Await a response from the Treasure Seekers Performing Arts Team with more information

Ideal Skills

  • Customer Service
  • Event Stewarding
  • Project Management
  • Working independently
  • Working with Young People

Ideal Interests

  • Community Work
  • Creative and Arts
  • Events and Programming
  • Learning and Education
  • Teaching and Training

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